Dhaka: More than one thousand applications have been submitted to e-cab, a commercial organization, demanding that e-commerce company Evaly continue its business. The letter, written on behalf of Evaly's buyers and sellers, is accompanied by a seven-point demand.
At the outset of the claim, they sought the release of two of the company's top detainees and sought an opportunity to do business with CEO Rassell through surveillance.
The petition also proposes to make the Ministry of Commerce's license and bank guarantee mandatory for e-commerce businesses. The demand has been signed by Nasir Uddin, coordinator of Evaly Sellers, and Shakib Hasan, co-coordinator.
This claim is accompanied by a 100-page mass signature copy. Jahangir Alam Shovon, general manager of e-Cab, said in the letter that a decision would be taken at the next EC meeting on what to do to protect this virtual valley of online shopping.
“However, in the meantime, there is a meeting. I will inform the competition commission on the 30th. I will also mention the matter there when I report to the Ministry of Commerce.”